put a small amount in wet hair and go to bed...wake up with soft curls - buy at Target
My great grandmother said that her mother used to do this. When she died she didn't have a gray hair. Teabagging your hair! Blondes: Chamomile; Red: Rooibos; Brunette: Black. Once a week, steep 2 tea bags in 2 cups boiling water for 10 minutes. Let the liquid cool to room temperature. Pour the mixture over wet, just-washed hair, rubbing it through the way you would shampoo. Leave the rinse on for 10 minutes; wash and condition to seal in the silky, glossy results.
A whole unit to teach fractions, including anchor charts, notebook ideas, lesson plans, and assessments.
Mix a tsp of apple cider vinegar and a teaspoon of glycerin. Mix the ingredients until smooth. Mix in a beaten egg. Mix well. Add 2 Tablespoons of caster oil. Thoroughly mix. Apply the mask on the entire length of the hair. Place the plastic cap and wrap your head with a towel. Leave the mask on your hair for 2 hours. After wash your hair using shampoo. The mask should be done 2 times a week. Do this for 1 month. After 1 month, you can make masks for prevention – Apply 1 time in 2 weeks. - ... @
Worked VERY well. Smell is strong but it gets the shower and grout clean! *Heat 12 ounces white vinegar in microwave until hot and pour into squirt bottle, then mix with 12 ounces Dawn dish soap & shake. Spray & let sit for an hour. (may use more vinegar than soap)
I get tired of using Post-its that say "Needs Graded" then "Graded"...and, No keeping them in separate stacks is not something I am okay with. Each has "To Grade" on one side, then "Graded" on the other, so all I have to do is flip it over and clip it back on. I can also use these in my hanging file box to clip on the front of the folder if I store them that way.